Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced it is accelerating space exploration and increasing self-sufficiency for astronauts by enabling real-time data processing with advanced commercial edge computing in space for the first time.
Smartphone technology has become an unexpectedly vital piece of technology for the sight loss community to not only maintain independence at home and in the world at large, but also to keep up with their sighted peers in the workplace, according to Strategy Analytics.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise was awarded a $35+ million contract to build a new supercomputer using its end-to-end high performance computing technologies for the National Center for Atmospheric Research.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced that NASA highlighted new research progress to support the next human landing on the moon by performing complex simulations on Aitken supercomputer, which is powered by HPE.
Siemens Mobility is partnering with ASFiNAG, the operating authority for the Austrian highway network, to provide the technology for an intelligent traffic management system that facilitates the exchange of safety information between vehicles and the road.
Apple introduced a new MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro, and Mac mini powered by the it’s own revolutionary M1, the first in a family of chips designed by Apple specifically for the Mac. By far the most powerful chip Apple has ever made, M1 transforms the Mac experience. With its industry-leading performance per watt, together with macOS Big Sur, M1 delivers up to 3.5x faster CPU, up to 6x faster GPU, up to 15x faster machine learning (ML) capabilities, and battery life up to 2x longer than before. And with M1 and Big Sur, users get access to the biggest collection of apps ever for Mac. With amazing performance and remarkable new features, the new lineup of M1-powered Macs are an incredible value, and all are available to order today.
Siemens Smart Infrastructure has teamed up with Toutenkamion Group to jointly develop an agile container system of innovative mobile intensive care units, designed to take pressure off hospital infrastructure.
We expect quantum computers to open doors that we once thought would remain locked indefinitely, said in the interview for ICTbusiness.biz Zlatko Minev who is working on IBM Quantum computing projects.